Tag Archives: Philadelphia Phillies

Bobby Abreu’s Case For The Hall

Bobby Abreu was a feared opponent during his years with the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets. But his name hasn’t come up much during hall of fame discussions I’ve seen. Everyone seems to be focused on Jeter’s wholesome virtue and whether the other end of that scale, the Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens of the world will get in

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NL East: Buy, Sell or Does It Matter Since Washington’s Sleep Wal….Wait. What?

So, somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 games ago, one wag (that’s old-timer for smart-alec punk) dismissed the entire National League East except Washington, who was guaranteed to “sleep walk through the division.” Little problem with that. Washington has been asleep alright, but not winning at any particularly rapid pace and has been far behind just about everyone in the

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